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Vivaldi Concerto in D (RV 549)
ACADEMY OF ANCIENT MUSIC directed by CHRISTOPHER HOGWOOD (harpsichord)
7.08* Schubert Auf dem
Strom ANNELIESE ROTHENBERGER (SOpranO) NORBERT HAUPTMANN (horn)
GUNTHER WEISSENBORN (piano)
7.17* Beethoven Romance No 2 in F: ARTHUR GRUMIAUX (violin)
NEW PHILHARMONIA ORCHESTRA/
EDO DE WAART
7.30 News
7.35 Borodin Nocturne (Quartet No 2 in D): QUARTETTO ITALIANO
7.45* Eigar Introduction and Allegro: SINFONIA OF LONDON/ JOHN BARBIROLLI
7.59* Offenbach, arr Rosenthal Ballet: Gaite parisienne
PHLHARMONIA/HERBERT VON KARAJAN

Contributors

Directed By:
Christopher Hogwood
Soprano:
Strom Anneliese Rothenberger
Horn:
Norbert Hauptmann
Piano:
Gunther Weissenborn
Violin:
Arthur Grumiaux
Unknown:
Edo de Waart
Unknown:
John Barbirolli

Brahms
Piano Quintet in F minor AMADEUS STRING QUARTET
CHRISTOPH ESCHENBACH (piano)
Wie Melodien; Wir wandelten; Der Tod, das ist die kiihle
Nacht; Fragen: JESSYE NORMAN , DIETRICH FISCHER-DIESKAU
MARGARET PRICE , EDITH MATHIS BRIGITTE FASSBAENDER
PETER SCHREIER. Records

Contributors

Piano:
Christoph Eschenbach
Unknown:
Jessye Norman
Unknown:
Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau
Unknown:
Margaret Price
Unknown:
Edith Mathis
Unknown:
Brigitte Fassbaender
Unknown:
Peter Schreier.

led by CHRISTOPHER HIRONS conducted by CHRISTOPHER ADEY Christopher Bunting Concerto for cello and strings THE COMPOSER (cello)
(first broadcast performance) Wagner Siegfried Idyll

Contributors

Unknown:
Christopher Hirons
Conducted By:
Christopher Adey
Conducted By:
Christopher Bunting

Regional Variations (2)

Music for Carillon

BBC Radio 3

Third Cornhill Test
Commentary on the second day's play
1.05 News
1.10 Call the Commentators Lines open from
11.00am on [number removed]. 1.30* County Scoreboard
1.40* Commentary
3.45* At the Bookstall
Some more suggestions for a cricket lover's reading list.
4.00* Commentary and close of play summary

ERNST KOVACIC (violin) BBC PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA led by DENNIS SIMONS conducted by SERGIU comissiona Stravinsky Ballet: Petrushka (1947 version)
12.00* Interval Reading
12.05* Barber Violin Concerto Gershwin An American in Paris

Contributors

Violin:
Ernst Kovacic
Unknown:
Dennis Simons
Conducted By:
Sergiu Comissiona

Two works by Frank Martin connected with Shakespeare's The Tempest Five Songs of Ariel STOCKHOLM CHAMBER CHOIRI ERIC ERICSON Three Fragments (Der Sturm) DIETRICH FISCHER-DIESKAU (baritone) BERUN PO/THE COMPOSER. Records

Contributors

Unknown:
Frank Martin

GIDON KREMER (violin) KIM KASHKASHIAN (viola) YO YO MA (cello) Beethoven Serenade in D, Op 8 Schnittke Trio (1985)
3.35* Interval Reading
3.40* Mozart Divertimento in E flat (K 563) (Swiss Radio recording)

Contributors

Violin:
Gidon Kremer
Viola:
Kim Kashkashian
Cello:
Beethoven Serenade

DAVID TITTERINGTON plays the organ of Christ Church Cathedral, Oxford Buxtehude Praeludium in c (Bux wv 137); Durch Adams Fall ist ganz verderbt (Bux wv 183); Praeludium in G minor (Bux wv 148); Christ unser Herr zum Jordan kam (Bux wv 180) Petr Eben Toccata-Fugue(1987) (in homage to Diderik Buxtehude) BBC Pebble Mill

Contributors

Unknown:
David Titterington
Unknown:
Durch Adams
Unknown:
Petr Eben

Francis Wilford-Smith concludes his series looking at the role of the piano in the blues with some emotional and moving performances.
CURTIS HENRY 'S County Jail Blues; MAMA AND JIMMY YANCEY 'S
Make Me a Pallet on the Floor; OTIS SPANN 'S This Is the Blues; Brown-Skin Girls by CRIPPLE CLARENCE LOFTON and BIG BILL BROONZY.
Series producer DEREK DRESCHER

Contributors

Unknown:
Francis Wilford-Smith
Unknown:
Curtis Henry
Unknown:
Jimmy Yancey
Unknown:
Otis Spann
Unknown:
Clarence Lofton
Producer:
Derek Drescher

by FRANCOISE CAMPO-TIMAL translated by BARBARA BRAY with Cheryl Campbell as the Woman
Tomorrow, corpse, I'll stop bringing you water.
And you must learn, corpse, to do without rice.
From tomorrow I turn my back on you.
Here ends my long fidelity.
While I go back to the company ofmen,
You must lie in the midst of our dead.
Vietnam after the Second World War is a place of violence and confusion; and for the daughter of a French engineer living there, it leaves a terrifying legacy.
Grandmother......ROSEMARY LEACH Psychologist .......LAURENCE PAYNE Vietnamese adviser LIEN WARDER Directed by TIM SUTER (R)

Contributors

Unknown:
Francoise Campo-Timal
Translated By:
Barbara Bray
Unknown:
Cheryl Campbell
Unknown:
Rosemary Leach
Unknown:
Laurence Payne
Directed By:
Tim Suter

The three singing ladies of Rome, two daughters and their mother from the Baroni family, earned admiration from many poets, including John Milton.
The programme re-creates their repertory with works by Monteverdi, as well as Roman composers, foremost among whom were Stefano Landi , Luigi Rossi and Domenico Mazzocchi.
JILL FELDMAN , JUDITH NELSON and ISABELLE POULENARD (sopranos) KONRAD JUNGHANEL (theorbo) ERIN HEADLEY
(viola da gamba/lirone) ANDREW LAWRENCE-KING (triple harp)
9.20-9.25* Interval
Peter Barker reads from a speech given by FRANCISCO IGNACIO SOLANO at the opening of a music school in Lisbon in 1779.

Contributors

Unknown:
John Milton.
Unknown:
Stefano Landi
Unknown:
Luigi Rossi
Unknown:
Domenico Mazzocchi.
Unknown:
Jill Feldman
Unknown:
Judith Nelson
Sopranos:
Isabelle Poulenard
Sopranos:
Konrad Junghanel
Viola:
Erin Headley
Unknown:
Andrew Lawrence-King
Unknown:
Peter Barker
Unknown:
Francisco Ignacio Solano

The Survival of the Symphony: What Musicians Have Done to Music
Alexander Goehr , composer and Professor of Music in the University of Cambridge, takes part in a discussion of his ideas about the fate of both classical and contemporary music. With composer and critic Bayan Northeott , conductor Richard Bernas and orchestral manager David Richardson.
Chaired by Jeremy Isaacs , General Director-designate of the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden.
Producer LOUISE PURSLOW
0 HEAR THISipage 16

Contributors

Unknown:
Alexander Goehr
Conductor:
Bayan Northeott
Conductor:
Richard Bernas
Unknown:
David Richardson.
Unknown:
Jeremy Isaacs

BBC Radio 3

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